Dec 16, 2009

Extreme Gaming

With a projector and a PS3 console strapped to his body, this guy took mobile gaming to a whole new level.

Disclaimer: This post is not an advertorial.

Nov 27, 2009

Lego Matrix Trinity Help

After around 440 hours of work, and just in time for the 10th anniversary of the original movie release, the talented people at LegoMatrix are pleased to present to you a Lego version of the famous Bullet Time dodge scene from The Matrix.

“Trinity Help” is a frame-accurate stop-frame animation of the famous bullet-dodge scene from the 1999 movie The Matrix, all done in Lego.

Lego Matrix Trinity Help

Lego Matrix Trinity Help Side by Side Comparison

Nov 21, 2009

Pigeon: Impossible

Here's a very entertaining animation by Lucas Martell.

Nov 11, 2009

Simply Awesome!

In my opinion, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the best video game ever!

SpecOps "Overwatch"

Oct 16, 2009

The World of Foosball

I realized it's a crazy world of Foosball out there as I spotted some of these interesting Foosball table on various sites:

Barbiefoot Foosball table

Those regular plastic foosball players were replaced with Barbie dolls. [via Bornrich]

LEGO Foosball table

Its a foosball table made with Lego bricks that pits Pirates against Castle. [via Brothers Brick]

Largest Foosball table in the world

Need I say more? [via DVICE]
The Foosball Coffee Table

This would make an interesting conversation piece. [via Hammacher]

Digital Foosball table

As the digital revolution march on, the traditionall foosball table with those mechanical men and ping pong balls had been replaced with pixels and a physics engine. [via technabob]

Oct 11, 2009


Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn, the talented dual of Indie Rock group "PomplamooseMusic" performed this brilliant cover of "Single Ladies" by Beyonce.

Her's another cover brilliantly done and dedicated to Nataly's dad's birthday. SEPTEMBER!!! by Earth Wind and Fire.

For more performance, visit their Youtube channel

Oct 8, 2009

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Sep 30, 2009

A Capella

Watch this guy performed a capella of Michael Jackson's medley of songs. Yes, you are not seeing double, you are seeing multiples! Enjoy!

Sep 25, 2009

F1 Circus Hits Singapore

The 2009 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix comes around this weekend for the second year running and F1 fever has once again hit town. Local F1 and motorsport fans are rejoicing at the prospect of seeing those super cars zooming down the Marina Bay street circuit, whereas businesses in the Marina Bay area are fearing the worst their takings will suffer during the race weekend as shoppers stay away due to the inconveniences brought about by the road closures.

Nevertheless, this world's only night race is still a spectacular advertisement to showcase Singapore as a tourist destination to a worldwide audience of 300 millions!

Let us take a sneak peek of the 2009 F1 circuit preview in the below video.

Sep 22, 2009

If You Printed The Internet

Have you ever thought what would happen if you printed the Internet? Saw this very interesting post via Creative Cloud

Sep 17, 2009

Motivational Poster

Never be afraid to say what you feel. You only live & die once.

Sep 14, 2009

Mizuno Wave Run 2009

A slideshow:

Sep 7, 2009

True Friendship

Are you tired of those sissy 'friendship' poems that always sound good,

But never actually come close to reality?

Well, here is a series of promises that actually speak of true friendship.

You will see no cute little smiley faces on this card -- Just the stone cold truth of our great friendship.

1.... When you are sad -- I will help you get drunk and plot revenge against the sorry bastard who made you sad.

2.. When you are blue -- I will try to dislodge whatever is choking you.

3.... When you smile -- I will know you are thinking of something that I would probably want to be involved in.

4.. When you are scared -- I will rag on you about it every chance I get until you're NOT.

5.. When you are worried -- I will tell you horrible stories about how much worse it could be until you quit whining..

6.. When you are confused -- I will try to use only little words.

7.. When you are sick -- Stay the hell away from me until you are well again. I don't want whatever you have...

8.. When you fall -- I will laugh at your clumsy ass, but I'll help you up.

9.. This is my oath.... I pledge it to the end. 'Why?' you may ask; because you are my friend.

Friendship is like peeing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you can feel the true warmth.

Sep 2, 2009

Playstation 3

This guy has 1 cake, 2 nipples and 3 PS3s and he is damn proud that he has 3 PS3s!

He has 3 PS3s, one in the living room, one in his bedroom and one in the bathroom, so that he can play games, watch Blu-ray movies, and download content from the online market place to his 3 PS3s!!!

How many PS3s do you have?

Aug 23, 2009






Aug 17, 2009

Wonder Baby takes on The Wonder Girls

The Wonder Girls are a South Korean girl group and here are the MV of their three consecutive #1 hit singles "Nobody", "So Hot" & "Tell Me".

Wonder Girls "Nobody"

Wonder Girls "So Hot"

Wonder Girls "Tell Me"

This all-girl group is so popular that all the cute little Korean girls probably want to grew up to become them. Here's one super cute little girl taking on the Wonder Girls.

Aug 16, 2009

Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder

There's a new disease in town called Age Activated Attention Deficit Disorder (A.A.A.D.D.)

Read on to find out if you show symptoms of it.

This is how it manifests:

I decide to water my garden.
As I turn on the hose in the driveway,
I look over at my car and decide it needs washing.

As I start toward the garage,
I notice mail on the porch table that
I brought up from the mail box earlier.

I decide to go through the mail before I wash the car.

I lay my car keys on the table,
put the junk mail in the garbage can under the table,
and notice that the can is full.

So, I decide to put the bills back
on the table and take out the garbage first.

But then I think,
since I'm going to be near the mailbox
when I take out the garbage anyway,
I may as well pay the bills first.

I take my check book off the table,
and see that there is only one check left.
My extra checks are in my desk in the study,
so I go inside the house to my desk where
I find the can of Pepsi I'd been drinking.

I'm going to look for my checks,
but first I need to push the Pepsi aside
so that I don't accidentally knock it over.

The Pepsi is getting warm,
and I decide to put it in the refrigerator to keep it cold.

As I head toward the kitchen with the Pepsi,
a vase of flowers on the counter
catches my eye--they need water.

I put the Pepsi on the counter and
discover my reading glasses that
I've been searching for all morning.
I decide I better put them back on my desk,
but first I'm going to water the flowers.

I set the glasses back down on the counter,
fill a container with water and suddenly spot the TV remote.
Someone left it on the kitchen table.

I realize that tonight when we go to watch TV,
I'll be looking for the remote,
but I won't remember that it's on the kitchen table,
so I decide to put it back in the den where it belongs,
but first I'll water the flowers.

I pour some water in the flowers,
but quite a bit of it spills on the floor.

So, I set the remote back on the table,
get some towels and wipe up the spill.

Then, I head down the hall trying to
remember what I was planning to do.

At the end of the day:
the car isn't washed
the bills aren't paid
there is a warm can of Pepsi sitting on the counter
the flowers don't have enough water,
there is still only 1 check in my check book,
I can't find the remote,
I can't find my glasses,
and I don't remember what I did with the car keys.
Then, when I try to figure out why nothing got done today,
I'm really baffled because I know I was busy all damn day,
and I'm really tired.

I realize this is a serious problem,
and I'll try to get some help for it,
but first I'll check my e-mail....

Don't laugh -- if this isn't you yet, (will maybe) your day is coming!!

Aug 9, 2009

Happy National Day 2009!

Today Singapore celebrates 44 years of national building.

This is the video of this year's NDP09 theme song - "What Do you See"

Since it is Singapore's 44th Birthday Day, here's 44 things about Singapore you may not know about, or didn't see it that way. [via]

1. We fought independence, and independence won.
If Lee Kuan Yew is to be believed, then we are probably the only country that gained nationhood by not wanting it. Of course, the other founding fellows have been quoted as saying that leaving the Federation (of Malaysia) was the "best thing that ever happened to Singapore".

2. It happened on a Monday.
The populace awoke, ate breakfast and started their work week like any other week in the life of the Federation when at 10am, a live radio broadcast of Lee Kuan Yew's declaration "on behalf of the people and government of Singapore" that we were now a sovereign, independent and democratic nation.

3. 10am then is not the same as 10am now.
Before January 1, 1982, Singapore Standard Time (SST) was 7 hours and 30 minutes (GMT +7:30) ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. We only moved to GMT +8:00 to keep up with Peninsular Malaysia's move to match East Malaysia's time zone.

Confused? Spare a thought for those who lived in Singapore in before May 1905 - Singapore Time was 6 hours 55 minutes ahead of GMT.

Also, the skies were dark every morning at 7 during the Japanese Occupation, because the clocks were set to Japanese standard time (GMT +9:00).

4. Independence was actually agreed upon on the Saturday before that.
The Separation Agreement was actually signed by the ministers on the weekend before August 9, 1965.

5. Um... actually, we were independent once before.
On August 31, 1953, in agreeing to merge with the Malaysian federation, Singapore unilaterally declared independence, several weeks before the Malaysian government did so in September of the same year.

6. We only got our own money two years later.
On 7 April 1967, we set up the Board of Commissioners of Currency and started issuing our own money, which was still equal to the Malaysian ringgit.

7. The national anthem was written six years before independence.
It was written to be played at state functions in 1959, and was later officially made the national anthem. The Malaysians had roughly the same history with theirs (Negaraku) - an anthem they adopted from the Perak state anthem, which was created because an aide to the Sultan, when asked by officials at the coronation of Edward VII what his state anthem was, proceeded to hum the tune to an old French drinking song he had heard in the Seychelles.

8. The composer of the national anthem was a composer of scores for Cathay Keris films.
That's like having John Williams compose an anthem. Imagine having the Star Wars theme as your national anthem. That would have beaten the French drinking song hands down.

9. The anthem is in Malay, the national language.
Yes, the national language is Malay. Which explains why drill commands in the Army are given in Malay, as are the words on the national crest and that of the armed forces. The country has three other 'official languages', which are English, Chinese and Tamil.

10. Singapore is one of three surviving city-states in the world.
The other two being Monaco and the Vatican City.

11. Our land keeps growing.
Our land area was 581 square km in 1965. It is 699 square km now, thanks to land reclamation.

12. Population is also growing.
The population of Singapore in 1965 was 1.87 million, while it is 4.84 million today. In 1965, 33% of the population was Singaporean. Today, 35% of the population is non-Singaporean.

13. The national flag was designed before independence.
It served as a State flag to fly beside the Union Jack, and then beside the Malaysian flag, before flying solo in 1965. Originally envisaged as an all-red background, white was added to the lower half to placate fears that the color might serve as a rallying point for the then rampant Communists, and perhaps, bulls.

14. Citizenship by birth only applies if one of your parents is Singaporean.
Also, you do not get citizenship by birth if your father is a foreign diplomat who enjoys diplomatic immunity in Singapore and your mother is Singaporean.

If, however, your mother is a foreign diplomat and your father is Singaporean, you are eligible for citizenship.

15. If you're Singaporean, you are also a citizen of the Commonwealth.
Technically, you are allowed to vote in British parliamentary elections.

16. The first National Day Parade was held at 9am at the Padang.
Thousands turned up from 7am to witness the first parade in 1966.

17. The first National Day Parade to be held at dusk was in 1986.

18. The first 'decentralized' National Day Parade was held in 1975, and the last in 1983.
This was done mostly because the demand for tickets were so high (people queued up to 36 hours before tickets were released) that organizers felt it would be good to bring the celebrations closer to the people.

19. 100% of Singaporeans are urban dwellers.
That makes us the most urbanized country in the world.

20. 2 out of 3 of our founding fellows (Lee Kuan Yew, S. Rajaratnam and Goh Keng Swee) were not Singapore-born.
Dr Goh was born in Malaysia, while S. Rajaratnam, Sri Lanka.

21. A Singaporean holds the record for the longest scuba dive.
Khoo Swee Chiow was underwater for 220 hours. There was no category in the Guinness Book of Records for the world's wrinkliest man, however.

22. Lions never lived in Singapore.

So the name Lion City, derived from the Sanskrit Singa Pura, is a misnomer. Sang Nila Utama probably saw a tiger, or was smoking something strong.

23. The Singapore Flyer is 'the world's tallest and largest observation wheel'.
But it still lost out to the hamster's wheel on the 72nd storey of the Swissotel Stamford for height.

24. A Singaporean holds the world record for most burger in a mouth.
Don Ezra Nicholas put 340 grams of burger into his mouth without swallowing, and declared (after swallowing) that "I am the burger king". The burgers were from McDonald's.

25. A Singaporean also holds the world record for the most number of grand illusions.
J.C. Sum's 15 grand illusions in 5 minutes was officially set in June this year. A grand illusion is a magic trick on a large scale. Card tricks and sleight of hand tricks do not count as grand illusions, and apparently, neither do press releases by management of sovereign wealth funds.

26. The world record for domino-toppling was set in Singapore.
A 24-year-old Beijing woman who termed herself a professional dominologist set up and toppled over 300,000 dominoes.

27. The world's longest human domino line was formed in Singapore.
This was done by 9,234 students standing 4.2km along Siloso Beach, Sentosa.

28. The world's biggest game of pass the parcel was played in Singapore.
By 3,918 students removing 2,200 wrappers from a parcel in 1998.

29. The world's largest human wheelbarrow race was played in Singapore.
By 700 students in 2008 (although it's since been broken by a Melbourne school in 2009).

30. The world's "longest human chairs" was formed in Singapore in 2008.
By over 1,500 secondary and primary students.... Hey wait a minute, which country holds the record for most number of student exam failures? Well, at least we have a solution to youth delinquency: "Is your teenager breaking the law? Make them break world records instead!"

31. 280m.
That's the height of the tallest buildings in Singapore. UOB Plaza One, Republic Plaza and OUB Centre. This is because that's the height restriction for buildings in the CBD area because of their proximity to Changi Airport.

32. We may be small, but we have over 3000km of roads.
Singapore is only around 42km from east to west, but has over 3,000km of roads.

33. We have the Merlion.
Oh, where do we begin? The Merlion was designed as a logo for the Tourism Board prior to independence, and has been in service since as an official symbol of the nation. The STB still maintains standards and usage and only officially approved products may be sold using the name and likeness of this much derided creature.

That doesn't stop foreign entities from doing the same, though. A Russian I.T. company called Merlion comes complete with its own legend - that Singaporeans still worship the creature, a symbol of courage and strength.

And perhaps as a symbol of courage and strength, a Merlion is featured on the crest of the 8th Regiment of the United States Marine Corps, although that one has front legs while ours merely vomits armless, legless.

There are five 'officially recognised' Merlion statues in Singapore and these are at Merlion Park, Sentosa, Tourism Court, and Mount Faber, so if one turns up in your neighbourhood, it's a rogue Merlion and not to be trusted.

It has, on many occasions, been featured in popular culture and literature. The country's de facto poet laureate, Professor Edwin Thumboo, for one, featured it in his poem Ulysses by the Merlion.

34. We actually have a poet laureate!
Professor Edwin Thumboo was once a colleague of the author Paul Theroux at the Department of English at Singapore University, and has been said to be the inspiration behind a character in Theroux's novel 'Saint Jack' - the bartender Wallace Thumboo.

35. It is actually warmer and drier in the eastern part of Singapore.
This is due to a meteorological phenomenon called the rain shadow effect.

36. We are the biggest exporters of ornamental fish.

37. We have the second densest population.
Sorry, that should have been "2nd highest population density", but some might say the former is correct.

38. We ran the world's biggest rubber duck race.
The things we did before we got Bernie Ecclestone to bring Formula One to our shores.

39. Singapore is home to the world's biggest bat.
The flying fox lives on Pulau Ubin.

40. Bukit Timah Hill is the highest natural point on the island at 165m.
On a clear day, you can see... hmmm... buildings.

41. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve has more species of trees than the whole of North America.
Now, that is one big redeeming factor.

42. The national flower, Vanda Miss Joaquim, is named after Agnes Joaquim, or Ashken Hovakimian, an Armenian.
Armenians were prominent in early Singapore - the oldest church is the Armenian Church (1835), and very Singaporean institutions like the Raffles Hotel and The Straits Times were founded by Armenians.

43. Singapore is one of 16 nations that produce anti-personnel landmines
Yikes, let's go back to silly, inconsequential records.

44. Nestlé Singapore produced the world's largest chocolate bar
Weighing over 2 tons, the Kit Kat Very Very Chunky was displayed at Plaza Singapura in 2006.

And there you have it. Majulah Singapura! On to next year and one more fact to add to this list.

Aug 6, 2009

Worst Fight Scene Ever

This video is way too funny to be laughing alone, here's sharing with you guys!

Jul 30, 2009

Greatest Wedding Invitation

This is the greatest wedding invitation ever! Awesome!

via awesomeopolis

Jul 19, 2009

The Mighty Wallet

The Mighty Wallet™ is truly mighty!

Strength test of The Mighty Wallet™

Jul 16, 2009

TV Commercial

This is one of the most touching and emotionally-charged commercial I’ve ever seen. Why does Thailand always produce such good TV commercial?

Jul 13, 2009

Water Fiesta 2009

A slideshow of Water Fiesta 2009


Jul 10, 2009

Twitter Spelling Test

The Twitter Spelling Test

Jul 7, 2009

Roller Tots

This is the cutest advertisement I have ever seen. With some help from computer animatronics, there's nothing those cute tots cannot do!

Jun 26, 2009

Michael Jackson 1958 - 2009

Today the world of pop music mourns the passing of a legendary musical genius, Michael Joseph Jackson.

He, of the one-gloved hand, sequined bodysuits, the smooth moonwalker with the slithering dance moves that oozed sex appeal, had died of cardiac arrest at the age of 50.

Rest in peace, MJ. You will forever live in our hearts.

Jun 11, 2009

Stop Motion Animations

Stop motion (or frame-by-frame) is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small amounts between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames are played as a continuous sequence.

Her Morning Elegance

Here is another stop motion video project done by students of Savannah College of Art and Design.

DEADLINE post-it

Next let's go behind the scene to take a look at the "making of" the post-it notes stop motion animation. You will realize how much planning goes into it and how much team effort and time will be needed to produce a 2 minutes video.

The Making of DEADLINE

May 28, 2009

Always For Nobody But You

This is what you get when the invisible hand of creativity is allow to weild its power and let individual artistic expressions collide and let sparks fly! UNSTIFLED CREATIVITY!

Video - Wonder Girls "Nobody" MTV
Music - the mrbrown show "Wash Your Hands Too"

May 26, 2009

Experience The Passion

Experience The Passion Experience The Run


May 21, 2009

Best Job In The World

Shown on this video is the best job a guy could ask for in the whole wide world! Hilarious!

May 16, 2009

Gotcha Under My Skin

Here's proof that a little brilliance and innovations work wonders for an advertising message - "Air New Zealand Staff Had Nothing To Hide".

Let's take a behind-the-scene look at the making of the ad.

Apr 23, 2009

Crazy Canon in D

Korean break dancers accompany Cannon in D played on Asian instruments mix with DJ on turn table and beat boxer.

Poetry in motion...

Apr 22, 2009

Earth Day 2009

It’s Earth Day, and instead of engaging in questionable eco initiatives, why not do some essential viewing that will disturb, move, outrage and inspire you in that bitter-sweet way to well, save the Earth?

For a start, here's a video that will explore our environmental sensibility. It doesn’t hurt that it’s narrated by the one and only James Earl Jones.

Apr 10, 2009

Mii Wii & Shii

The men don't get it.

Mar 31, 2009

Silent Library

This video of a Japanese game show called "Silent Library" never fail to crack me up every single time I watch it (and I've watched it many times). I leave you to enjoy and laugh out loud, remember you don't have to suppress your laughter.

You can also find videos of Silent Library 2 and Silent Library 3.

Mar 14, 2009

World Fastest Magician

Dutch illusionist Hans Klok vs. the clock performing his fastest illusions: faster than he ever did. 10 magic tricks in 5 minutes.

Unfortunately, the speed does not cover some rather lame illusions on display, with the round pink box trick being the most amateurish I've ever seen. The 'half body' pushing the trolley would be the only saving grace.

Mar 11, 2009











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